Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy unlocks the futuristic Ray Tracing feature on the latest Samsung Galaxy S23 series. Today, Samsung published samples, flaunting the gaming experience on the Galaxy S23 series, which becomes possible because of the Ray Tracing feature.
The Galaxy S23 series is equipped with a GPU (graphics processing unit) that shows 41% higher performance than its predecessor and ‘Ray Tracing,’ the latest technology that greatly expands the area of graphic expression. ‘ and received the expectations of gaming fans around the world.
Regular Vs Ray Tracing
Ray tracing is a field in that Samsung has cooperated with game engine companies and game developers for many years, so it has been able to achieve efficient rendering. The company has been making various attempts to improve the quality of production while reducing the amount of acid.
The ray tracing development team, who expressed confidence that “you can expect a gaming experience that will make your eyes happy” to fans who are expecting the gaming performance of the new Galaxy S23, also announced their plan to take the lead in revitalizing the technology, starting with the S23 series.
Compared to the existing raster rendering technique (bottom), the ray tracing technique (top) implements graphics with realistic shadow expression (Dynamic Shadow) added.
Ray Tracing Technology
There are no mobile games that support ray tracing yet on the market, but games showing interest in new mobile GPU technology. Their goal is to provide a vivid sense of immersion in the mobile gaming experience with realistic graphics.
One of the developers of Ray Tracing said that “I wondered what the future with commercialized ray tracing technology would look like.” In the future, the company expects that the production and consumption pipeline of graphic content will change to suit ray tracing.
The mobilization of ray tracing technology is just the beginning. Samsung Electronics has been researching and preparing this technology for a long time, so we will lead the industry and rapidly spread the technology, and “finding a way is the next goal.”
Samsung’s New Galaxy Tab S9 FE and S9 FE Plus Showcase Sleek Design [Leak]
Samsung will soon unveil its new affordable tablet lineup – Galaxy Tab S9 FE. The company is said to bring two new tablets namely Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Galaxy Tab S9 FE Plus. Ahead of the launch, a reliable source revealed official press pictures, which show the whole design.
The upcoming Galaxy Tab S9 FE is said to have a 10.9-inch display, while the larger Galaxy Tab S9 FE Plus has a 12.4-inch diagonal. It’s worth mentioning that the company uses high-quality metal casings for the “Fan Edition” tablets, making them look similar to the flagship products.
These will be available in a number of different variants, depending on the country. Sources of Roland Quandt (via winfuture) only revealed images of the Light Gray variant of the Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Tab S9 FE Plus, however, there should also be versions in Lavender, Mint and Silver.
WhatsApp Unveils Innovative Features to Enhance Everyday Convenience for Users
On September 20, WhatsApp introduced several new features, which will help speed up how to get things done with businesses in a WhatsApp chat. The new features include faster chat experiences with Flows and choose your Payments Service such as cards.
WhatsApp launched ” Flows” making it possible for businesses to offer more experiences like quickly choosing your train seat, ordering a meal, or booking an appointment – all without leaving your chat.
With Flows, businesses will be able to provide rich menus and customizable forms that support different needs. We’ll make Flows available to businesses around the world using the WhatsApp Business Platform in the coming weeks.
Payment via UPI, debit/credit cards
People in India can now add items to their cart and send a payment using the method of their choice from all supported UPI apps, debit and credit cards, and more. Meta revealed that it’s working with partners Razorpay and PayU to make paying for something as simple as sending a message.
Meta says that it’s making it possible for businesses to receive verification, helping you know you’re chatting with the right business. To become Meta Verified, businesses demonstrate their authenticity to Meta and in return receive a verified badge, enhanced account support, and impersonation protection.
Meta Verified Features:
- Ability to create a custom WhatsApp page that is easily discoverable via a web search
- Multi-device support so multiple employees can respond to customers
In near future, the testing of Meta Verified will start with small businesses using the WhatsApp Business app.
Emoji 15.1 introduced for Android and iOS devices: 118 new emojis coming
Emoji 15.1 is the latest set of emojis approved by the Unicode Consortium, the organization that regulates the text encoding standard used by most digital devices. The latest version of Emoji adds 118 new emojis, including six new concepts, four new family combinations, and 108 new directions for six existing people emojis. These new emojis are expected to appear on various platforms in the first half of the next year.
All of these new emojis are created by combining existing emoji characters or sequences with a special character called a zero-width joiner (ZWJ). This allows for new designs without adding new characters to the Unicode Standard.
Emoji 15.1 is the first update to the Unicode Standard that does not introduce any new emoji characters since Unicode 12.1 in 2019. However, Unicode 15.1 does add several hundred new non-emoji characters to the standard. The total number of emojis recommended by Unicode is now 3,782.
- Head-Shaking Horizontally
- Head-Shaking Vertically
- Brown Mushroom
- Broken Chain
New Family Combinations
- Family: Adult, Adult, Child
- Family: Adult, Child, Child
- Family: Adult, Child
- Family: Adult, Adult, Child, Child
- Person Walking Facing Right
- Person Running Facing Right
- Person Kneeling Facing Right
- Person with White Cane Facing Right
- Person in Manual Wheelchair Facing Right
- Person in Motorized Wheelchair Facing Right